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Funeral services For Lawrence Traver

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Hold Private Services For Morris Updegrove

Morris Alan Updegrove of Livingston died Monday, July 21, at the age of 88. Services are private, under the direction of Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home Livingston Mr. Updegrove served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, also taking part in the Normandy Invasion on June 6, 1944. He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Lorraine Smarz Updegrove; his daughter, Debra, and her husband, Theodore Melhorn; and four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, the family has announced that memorial donations may be made to the Livingston First Aid Squad, 62 South Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039.
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Services Held Mon. For Dr. Stulberger

Funeral services were held Monday, July 21, at the Bernheim-Apter-Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel in Livingston for Dr. Eugene Abraham Stulberger. Dr. Stulberger, a resident of Livingston and East Hampton, New York, died July 19. Born April 23, 1938 in New York City, he had a 40 year career as a physician in Livingston. Dr. Stulberger is survived by his wife of 48 years, Audrey Katz Stulberger; his children, Adam Stulberger and his wife, Lisa, of Short Hills, and Jennifer Feinberg of Livingston; his brother, Peter Stulberger of Chicago, Illinois; his sister, Peggy Stotter of New York City; and seven grandchildren.
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Library Has New director

The Livingston Public Library has announced that its new director, Amy Babcock Landry, will take over the helm effective August 4. Landry will replace Judith Kron, who retired as the library's director in December. Serving as interim directors since that time have been Amy Hyfler and Rita Hilbert.
 
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Dorothy Naylor Dies in Holmdel

Former Livingston "first lady" Dorothy Naylor, 94, died Friday morning, July 18, at the Willows in Holmdel. Mrs. Naylor was privately cremated. Mrs. Naylor was born Dorothy Keiper on April 20, 1920 in Brooklyn, New York, where she grew up. She lived in Livingston for 36 years, before moving to Seven Lakes, North Carolina, in 1985. In 2009, she settled in Holmdel. She was predeceased by her husband, Jack Naylor, who served as mayor of Livingston in the 1960s. She is survived by her children, Gary D. Naylor and his wife, Mary, of Leland, North Carolina; and Lynn Davis and her husband, Lee, of Saint Cloud, Florida; along with four grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. The family has announced that donations in Mrs. Naylor's memory may be made to a charity of one's choice. To send condolences to the family, visit www.shorepointfh.com.
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Emergency Squads Check Report of Possible bomb

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The Livingston Police and Fire Departments investigated a suspected pressure cooker bomb that fortunately turned out to be a false alarm on Monday afternoon, July 21. A passer-by called police at about 2:30 p.m. to report the presence of an unattended, lidded pressure cooker left in the parking lot of the Toys R Us store at 599 West Mt. Pleasant Avenue. The Essex County Bomb Squad also responded to the scene.
 
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AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL

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The American Legion Livingston Post 201 baseball team currently has a record of 18-5. Shown here, team members include, kneeling, Socrates Apostolou, Austin Miles, Jarrett Birnbaum, Shane McLaughlin, Jimmy Catanzarite, Jordan Schnarr, and Michal Radomski; and standing, coach Sal Craco, manager Lou Politan, Logan Bushwell, John Lynch, Austin Bushwell, Mark Silvestri, Jack DiNicola, Corey Weiss, and Gary Burggraf. Also on the team are Jack Haber and Ryan Muench.
 
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Board of Education bids farewell to Jasin and Winograd

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Board of Education president Barry Funt opened the afternoon school board meeting on July 16 with a warm welcome to interim superintendent James O'Neill. "In our initial two weeks working together, he brings a depth of experience and remarkable energy, attention to detail. It is very exciting and we are looking forward to very good things," he stated.
 
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MOUNT LAUREL HOUSING GOING UP

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Hillside-Northfield Partners, L.L.C. is constructing an 80-unit residential apartment complex on the former site of DuBrow's Nursery, 251 West Northfield Road. Twenty percent of the units on the 4.5 acre parcel of land will be reserved for low and moderate income housing as part of the Township's "Mount Laurel" obligation; the rest will be available at market value. The complex will include four separate buildings with 20 units each; a clubhouse; and a pool.
 
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NEW JERSEY DISTRICT 8 FINALISTS

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The Livingston Little League 11-year old All-Star Team secured a spot as a finalist in the Williamsport district tournament. Livingston entered as the first seed position after four straight wins. Nutley East, whom the All Stars had defeated earlier in the tournament, ended up surpassing the Livingston boys in runs and winning the tournament. Shown here are team members, top row, coach Ken Schultz, manager Mike Mazzella, and coach Andy Nardone; standing are Ernie Wilson, Luke Nardone, brian Weber, Michael Goldfarb, Tyler Modugno, Matt bucich, and david Cotugno; kneeling are Jeremy Schechter, Tyler Schultz, Nick Guido, drew Mazzella, and Michael Ilaria. Also coaching the team was Ernie Wilson.
 

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